was able to teach that Mark a lesson, wasnt I? Kevin said with
a sadistic grin.Gwen
just rolled her eyes, playfully smacked his shoulder. She then leaned
on his car, looked up.What
say you we head out and have our own little party?You
read my mind.~O~O~O~O~O~O~O~O~O~O~O~Stars
littered the sky. The moon was a quarter-full and yet it shone
brightly. Kevin and Gwen sat huddled together on one of his spare
blankets from the trunk. Surrounding them were packs of potato chips,
cookies, and opened cans of soda.Gwens
head was leaning against Kevins shoulder. They were parked atop a
hill overlooking the city, a tree acting as a roof above their heads.
When a wind blew in their direction, Gwen shivered for a moment.
Seeing her quiet discomfort, Kevin removed his jacket and wrapped it
around her. Feeling bolder, he sat behind her, embraced her, making
Gwen lean her whole weight on him.Not
what I expected, but nice. Very nice, Gwen purred in his ear.Yeah,
Kevin managed to say as he breathed in a lungful of her scent.When
mutual silence passed between them for a while, Gwen said, We
never got to dance.Kevin
just leaned his chin on her shoulder. I think were fine as is.Oh
cmon, dont be a spoilsport. Gwen shook Kevin off...